Remote same-sex marriage breaks international boundaries

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12/26/2022

Same-sex couples in China are making their love official in the United States — all from the comfort of their own homes. Yi Yang and Johny Ni have been together for about three years, but as a gay couple in China, marriage hasn’t been an option until now. In October, the couple was able to have a virtual ceremony from their home in Shanghai, thanks to a high-tech twist.

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